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WWE Throws Itself Into The Cartoon Ring with Scooby-Doo and Fred Flintstone

Get ready to rumble, because beginning in 2014, WWE Studios will be body slamming you with a tag team of cartoon collaborations and an original animated series based on their WWE Superstars called Camp WWE.

The adult web series, Camp WWE, which will be released on WWE’s digital platforms in 13 three-minute episodes, is a co-production with Film Roman (The Simpsons, King of the Hill), who is also co-financing the series with WWE. It will be written by Mike Benson (Entourage, The Bernie Mac Show), and will feature delinquent kiddie versions of wrestlers sent off to be reformed by Mr. McMahon, “the most terrifying counselor who ever lived.”

And debuting on home video on March 25, John Cena, The Miz, Brodus Clay Kane and their associates will team up with Mystery, Incorporated in Scooby-Doo WrestleMania Mystery. A collaboration between WWE Studios and Warner Home Entertainment, the story centers on Scooby and the Gang’s attempts to solve the case of a mysterious ghost bear haunting the WrestleMania event in WWE City. This will be followed up by another DVD release in 2015, when The Flintstones attend the very first WWE event and attempt to exhaust viewers with a barrage of geologically themed monikers like Vince McMagma, John Cenastone and CM Punkrock.